Small Bird Feeders

The Best Feeders For Small Birds   Did you know that February is National Bird Feeding Month in America? Studies have shown that bird feeding is a well-enjoyed practice in this country, even ranking among its top pastimes. This exciting hobby did not just pop up yesterday: it has been reported to have been a well-known practice as early as 1845, or even earlier. This practice has grown so much that nowadays it is approximated that well over 50 million…

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Best Suet Feeders Review – Updated 2021

The Top 12 Suet Feeders of 2021 Do you want to attract chickadees or woodpeckers to your yard while repelling other birds like grackles? If so, you may want to consider hanging a suet feeder in your backyard. Suet feeders are usually designed without perches so smaller birds can feed on the fatty suet within. Woodpeckers especially like suets (particularly nut, insect or fruit blends), so feeders are a good way to entice them to hang out at your bird…

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The 16 Best Bird Baths – Updated 2021

Top 16 Bird Bath Products – Updated  Do you love birdwatching and having wild birds come into your yard? From bird feeders to birdhouses and birdbaths, there are many ways to welcome the winged creatures. One of the most popular ways to attract birds is with water. A bird who is looking for a habitat to call home or is just visiting, will need water just as much as they need food. Birds utilize water in a variety of ways…

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10 Friendly Bird Species Make Fantastic Pets

10 Friendly Bird Species Make Fantastic Pets When it comes to adopting a pet bird, it’s always very important to choose a gentle, friendly, bird that can act as your companion. having a friendly bird species and affectionate will make taking care of it hassle-free, easier, and worthwhile. While birds can make the best pets, not all of them are perfect. As a matter of fact, some of them can be quite messy and loud and may require a great…

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Top Feeders For Orioles

The BEST Oriole Feeders of 2021 Did you know that watching birds can enhance your wellbeing? Well, birdwatching helps to fight depression. Also, birds help with flower pollination and pest control in your garden. I have always endeared watching birds fly and listen to their musical song in the morning. The view is more fun and enjoyable if the birds are colorful like Orioles. The orange, yellow, and black colored birds are, without a doubt, attractive. Since they only feed…

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Best Bluebird Feeders

Best Bluebird Feeders 2021 Supplemental feeding of bluebirds is helpful all year round, and can be accomplished through using bird feeders. Bluebirds enjoy a variety of foods such as suet, meal worms, softened fruits, corn muffins, and sunflower hearts. Out of all the foods, meal worms are the best to feed bluebirds. Most of the foods listed will be accepted during colder weather if the birds have wintered over, but meal worms are readily accepted year round. With supplemental feeding,…

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How to Tell if Your Bird Has Mites: 10 Steps

Certain winged animal species, similar to finches, parrots and parakeets, are bound to contract mites. Bird bugs feed on your feathered creature’s blood, can live and flourish in your flying creature’s home or confinements, and can multiply at an alarming rate. Feathered creatures are powerless to external parasites like bugs, and if a vermin pervasion isn’t dealt with, it can spread to owners and family members leading to genuine sickness or passing for your winged animal. Be that as it…

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How to Make a Bird Cage in 10 steps

How To Make A Bird Cage In 10 Steps

How To Make A Bird Cage A pet bird, whether it’s a finch, cockatoo or parakeet, can be a great companion to have around. As the pet owner, you’re obliged to give your bird virtually everything it requires for an enjoyable and healthy life. This can range from perches, food, water to a hazard-free environment (Bird Cage with suitable nesting materials). A bird cage that provides your bird with ample space can be attractive but sometimes expensive. Making a birdcage…

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The Latest Mish Mash

Hi, Welcome to the latest mish mash, an update on recent events. Nothing terribly new here, so I’ll just touch on some of the routine mish mash and goings on… Nice pic aye? Too bad it’s an old one. That shot depicts what has become a daily (if not quasi-hourly) ritual — the feeding of the crows. They like to eat at sunrise, at about 11AM, 1PM, and just before sunset. Well “la tee da“… And they also prefer “haw…

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